Tu Dana Tu Bina Mai Bichar Kya Kari as written by Bhagat Namdev Ji in the Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. I am humbled to present this Sikh devotional kirtan. This track features 6 musicians from over 4 countries from 3 different faiths all coming together to make beautiful devotional music. In addition to this shabad we also have included the very recognizable Dohra of Guru Gobind Singh Ji sung during Ardaas as our own Ardaas.
Here is my first cover song, Mohe Rang Do Laal. Check it out
Here it is, the music video of Dhan Guru Nanak! Be sure to also check out the animation within , somewhere in the middle where we do a short rap in English and also a story!
Here is my labour of love for Dhan Guru Nanak. Worked on this for over 3 months and am happy to share this with you :)
I am humbled to be able to put forward this track called 'Dhan Guru Nanak' in conjunction with the 550th anniversary (Gurpurab) of Guru Nanak Ji. Guru Nanak Ji started it all. The whole movement of awakening during a period of intense suffering. That seed he has planted sprouted through the land through the people and now the world.
As I wrote this track at first I wanted to use a shabad from Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji. However there was just SO much to say about Guru Nanak Ji that all I could say was 'Dhan Guru Nanak, Dhan Guru Nanak' (Gratitude & Glory to Guru Nanak Ji) , and tat became the main section of the track. I included a section in English as well for my English listeners that goes into abit of story telling of sorts. Release will be on 6th November 2019.
So this is my first ever music video. Hope you like it. Had so much fun doing this.
Music Production: JDE Music
Punjabi Lyrics: Karamjit Bhatti
Vocals: Je Suis Henri & Mystik Kaur
Video Production: NNS Studios
Creative Direction: Mystik Music Studio
The Cha Song , this one is for fun. A song about perhaps the most popular drink in the whole world. I was stunned that there were just a handful of songs about Cha that is a central part of every Indian's life irrespective of which part of India you are from or where in the world you are.
So how I got inspired to do this song was on a normal Sunday afternoon during Cha Time, songs were randomly playing on my phone playlist and a very popular song from a few years ago played, 'Manak E's Hor Glassy'. As I was humming the tune I was thinking why almost every Punjabi song out there tends to nowadays be either about Lamborginis, drinking alcohol and promoting thug life and about the standard girl-boy romance theme. I wanted to do a song that was in neither of those typical categories and that too about Cha!
So I started experimenting with some lyrics about Cha first in English then in Punjabi. However the limits of my Punjabi soon became obvious and after many days I decided to ask a close friend Karamjit Bhatti for some help to bolster the Punjabi lyrics. And boy did he bolster it! Soon with some tweaks after bouncing this with my manager and music producer we had the lyrics and we started building our own music while still having some subtle allusions to Manak E's masterpiece of Hor Glassy for all those Punjabi music lover to reminisce the good ol days. But somehow something was still missing, and then came the cherry on top to add a folk spin to it which my team and I came up with using the ubiquitous 'Peche Peche Aunda' Punjabi boli and having my colleague Je Suis Henri to do the English rap while I focused on the Punjabi parts and the music with my producer.
And of course we didn't stop there, we had to also add a unique dance in our video to get listeners of the track doing a special Cha dance wherever they are in the world. So we present to you the #ChaFloss , check out the YouTube video for details :)
So after 3 months of working on the music and video, I am happy to share with you my new single, "The Cha Song", enjoy and enjoy that cup of Cha. AJ CHA PEEN NU JI KARDA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This is my first public track I am releasing after a long hiatus. And I wanted this this to be a devotion piece to give thanks to God, Waheguru, and also dedicate this to all the servants of humanity that serve the needy in various capacities everyday. This track is based on the writings of Bhagat Kabeer Ji in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji and it talks about how we shouldn't lower our consciousness despite whatever circumstances might be.
Hope you enjoy it.
Blessings & Love to you:
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For my first public release I chose to sing this divine writing of Saint Kabeer Ji (as written in Guru Granth Sahib Ji) which talks about how to never let your consciousness fall despite the challenges life may throw at you and also remember your divinity and your divine origin for strength.
While creating the music for this song I couldn't help feel that this needs to be about the recent Saints of the day, the Humanitarians, those that fight for climate change and those that risk their lives to serve those in dire need. Hence for my first music video I have dedicated the whole video to those heroes of mine whose lives and words I have taken refuge in. They include Bhagat Puran Singh of Pingalwara, the Dalai Lama, Mother Theresa, Sadhguru and the nameless humanitarians we see only images of. I hope you find a deep resonance in this track, its divine lyrics and the video and may it feel you with positivity, hope and kindness so that you may impart this to those around you. Blessings & Love to You: Mystik Kaur
Lyrics: Bhagat Kabeer Ji (Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji)
Vocals: Mystik Kaur
Music Production: DEEP Music Studio
Piano: Perica Vrhovac
Backup Vocals: Colombes
Electric Guitar: Chris Campbell (Chrisgotsoul)
Video Production: Dulani Rathnasundara
Creative Direction: MYSTIK MUSIC STUDIO
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